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in hayward and no problems now. there is the commute pass. kristin, eric? >> thank you very much. only on abc 7 news an exclusive interview with the wife of coach harbaugh. we talk to sarah harbaugh about the frenzy leading up to the super bowl. we'll go to katie live in new orleans. good morning, katie. >> good morning, eric. we are inside of daisy dukings. i haven't got to the breakfast yet. free refills on coffees and fillos bloody mary's guess who knew that? mike nicky, you guys ask him why . the coffee here is special, new orleans known for the hickory coffee and one of the more famous place system cafe dumon and crazy to go there and not get the beniet. even the harbaughs know that. our crew ran into jim and sarah harbaugh and the cafe with the kid and seeking out the delicious benyette. he waited decades to get one. jim, not so much. >> how were they? >> oh, my gosh, i dried to get here 35 years and they are worth it it was definitely worth the trip. yeah, it good. katie liked them, too. jim wants a hot dog. >> what is wrong with your husband? hot dog in new orleans when there is crawf
with another woman. >> so here is my question to you now. >> yes. >> robert, can you accept kristin's baggage? >> kristin, i'm sorry, but i'll accept your baggage. >> oh, congratulations. robert and kristin will enjoy a sunset ride and a mexican dinner. we'll see you next time. wonderful. >> kristin made a wise choice and i can't wait to extort exploring her body. >>> is now suing the city for $15 million. the san francisco chronicle reports the federal civil rights lawsuit named the city of walnut creek and four unidentified officers. police shot and killed a 20-year-old hairstylist after a report of a fight with his roommate. they say banta was armed with at officers. in san francisco, three people are in the hospital after they were seriously hurt in a morning traffic accident south of market. it happened near ninth and brannon streets. a tow truck collided with a pickup. the impact slammed the tow truck right into the side of a building in front of the northern parted. we spoke to a woman who saw it happen. >> the driver of the towing truck was hurt very badly. he was thrown out
. here's kristin. >> some folks are driving home after the parties. giching you a look outside for those of you riding transit. no issues. the extra trains and bus to get folks home and they are now on a holiday schedule for new year's day. you can see traffic is light coming in san francisco. a lot of folks are not working and going to watch the bowl game or rose bowl parade. lights are heading west . you can see folks taking it slow and easing up a bit. a few folks partied too hard and be careful and get home safely to your loved ones . sad news to report. a 15,000 reward to find the person who killed a 15 year old girl over the weekend. she died after being shot in east oakland. she and other family members were walking to the bart station and a gun battle erupted twompt teens shot at one another. she could not get out of the way. >> heat just came out of the no where . they say he was trying to shoot somebody else and she was there. my daughter said she tried to grab her and jerel went down. a 14 year old boy walking with her was shot and expected to live. each year in a catholic chu
something about his ex-wife kristin and what she knew about the doping. >> oh, my god. >> was betsy telling the truth about the indiana hospital? overhearing you in 1996? >> i'm not going to take that on, and i'm laying down on that one. >> was betsy lying? >> i'm just not -- i'm going to put that one down and i don't want -- she asked me and i asked her not to talk about -- >> what you said. >> details of the call. it was a confidential, personal conversation. >> sorry, this was obviously the wrong bite. we played that bite for you yesterday. you already reacted to that. let's play the bite about kristin. >> she wasn't that curious. perhaps she didn't want to know. she certainly knew but didn't need to know basis. i guess maybe i protected her a little bit from that. >> he went on to say, betsy, that the reason -- that he made a promise, that she asked him not to dope if he made a comeback for the 2009-2010, and he -- that it was a serious request, a hard request by her, and he made a vow to her that he would not dope for his comeback, and that's i guess the idea being that's why he didn't
temperatures. >> i'm kristin fisher on a steam boat in the middle of the mississippi river taking in the sights and sounds of new orleans. i'll have a live >>> today is day one of our blitz and glitz coverage in new orleans. >> as the city prepares for the crush of people, kristin fisher spent some time in calmer territory. >> well, in the middle of the mississippi river and this is about as people place as you will find in new orleans right now, because right now the city is gearing up for an influx of 1 million people as we are just days away from super gras. marty gras and super bowl in one weekend. and it gives you a nice little flavor of all the best that new orleans has to offer. i'll show you what i'm talking about. we have got the steam boat stompers inside. these guys have been -- two hour long afternoon -- listen. >> it wouldn't be mardi gras without this. and of course there's nothing quite like new orleans in the mississippi river. we have the captain himself, captain don. i got to ask, you've been around for a while. you know these waters well. are you guys ready?
, media day, if you've never been, it's a zoo. i've been there. kristin fisher was there today. the players have to go. they don't like it because we ask the same questions over and over again. kristin fisher were smart, she'd ask questions that had nothing to do with football. here are the answers. >>> some great questions, i'm going to try to fight my way through these crowds and get my questions answered. >> if you weren't playing football, what would you be doing? >> i have no idea. >> jambalya. >> gumbo. >> you can ask so many questions on media day, what's your least favorite? >> the thing that always comes up is, do you think they'll stop talking about the whole elite thing. i think that's a goofy question, it's always weird to answer. >> if you could pick the halftime show, who would the act be? >> me. >> and you're going to play in the game? let me hear something. let me hear it. >> hear what? give me what you got. ♪ [ music ] >> derek, i don't know if i can top kristin fisher, but how about this. i have a blues brother here, i have dan, he is ghost bustin
for female officers. the new policy will be phased in over the next three years. >>> kristin fisher joins us live in the satellite center with reaction to the shift. kristin? >> reporter: this shift in policy is right up there with the reversal of don't ask don't tell. not only in the military, but the civilian world as well. >> we want equal rights, and this is what i know that a woman could do the job. and that they can. i wish that they did not have to go. >> it is a shame to send our daughters to fight instead of encouraging them to do things that will be more beneficial to them and their families. men should fight, men should protect, serve, and do justice to our country. so i'm very disappointed about the decision. >> reporter: i spoke with those four civilians in the shadows of the vietnam memorial. back then the majority of the women in the military were nurses, but not captain lori manning. she enlisted in 1969 and volunteered to go to vietnam, but was denied. >> for 69 years there was a slow progression for what women were allowed to do in the military. this is the last stop on the
hope it's the right decision. anita. >> thanks, kristin. >>> now, the information i got today on recovery and rehabilitation after the surgery for most people in the 8-12-month range. orthopedic surgeons have a lot of experience to go on. there are about 250,000 acl tears in the country every year. and there are cool new devices and therapies to help people heal. today at the hospital, i met 14-year-old carly dorsty of alleghany. she needed surgery after landing on someone else's foot in a volleyball game. how is things going after the surgery? >> good. the recovery is great. my knee is coming along and i should be back to playing any time soon. >> reporter: and on that note, you are on one of the coolest treadmills i have ever seen. coming into the picture, we have her physical therapist revving this thing up for us. what does this thing do? >> pretty much the machine has differential air pressure technology. >> reporter: it's blowing up air. >> there is specific sensors around the treadmill that we can pretty much use to calibrate for what body weight we want her in. >> repo
as speaker, president obama is continuing his holiday in hawaii. for more we go to nbc's kristin welker who is with the president in the 50th state. kristin, good afternoon, and i understand that you have some up-to-date information on the president making phone calls on the opening of this 113th congress. what do you have? >> reporter: hi, martin, good afternoon. it is tradition for the president to call the leaders of the house during the first day of the new congress, so that is what the president did. he called majority leader eric cantor and democratic leader nancy pelosi, spoke with them today according to a senior administration official, congratulated them on the new congress, and wished everyone well. and, martin, it's important to point out again this is a part of a long-standing tradition. president obama here on vacation, but as we always report, the office of the white house travels with him. so making that obligatory phone call today back to washington, d.c. >> now, kristin, the speaker says that he's not going to work one-on-one with the president anymore. so what is the whit
interested? we will remove you from this list. next we have ms. kristine nelson. >> hi. thank you for listening to me today. i'm applying for board number 2, full-time or as an alternate. as far as experienced goes i have been active in really state and real estate appraisals and 1984. i have been a real estate agent since 1984, and an appraiser since 1986. i have been active i own apartments. i was the chief appraiser. i have had to review appraisers review; not always agreement in value. chief appraiser is more of a management position with different appraisers. i have a lot of appraiser experience. >> and so you might be familiar with the issue i brought up about homeowners, one or two units. sometimes i get frustrated e-mails from our constituents who have gone through the process a complaint about really long wait times and often don't understand the process. it can be very confusing if you don't have the experience that many of you do. i'm curious about your thoughts around that. >> i think -- you are always trying to find a market value. the market value for people is some
. and we're so proud of j.b. another of our own was caught up in the media day frenzy. kristin fisher was there and she takes us behind the scenes to show us some things you might not expect to see at media day. >> if you've never been to media day at the super bowl, it is insane. there's nothing like it. remember the media, this is our one chance to ask the players. part of the spectacle isn't just the players, it's the media machine itself. there are 5200 people here. the most ever at any super bowl. most are fighting their way in with the players, others, i can't figure out why they are here. >> i'm a super hero who happens to be in the super bowl. >> the ways of the warrior, i evoked them, tried to keep the fellows calm. >> you do know we're in new orleans and it's like 80 degrees out, right? >> the people are digging it. >> what is it? it's intimidating. if it weren't for the sparkles and stuff, i would be scared. >> he is a music man. >> you all have a lot better outfits than the americans. why is that? >> i don't know. >> what's with the clown getup? >> we'll leave it
merchandise off the streets of new orleans. >> our kristin fisher went undercover with customs agents in the big easy. >> reporter: undercover ice agents are patrolling a mall in suburban new orleans when they get a tip. >> basically from a legitimate vendor that this guy is selling stolen merchandise. >> it's a super effort for the super bowl. >> reporter: they're looking for anything that would violate the n.f.l. trademark. but this bust is a bust. all clear. >> some might say unfortunately we came up dry and we didn't make any seizures today. but the other side of that coin is i think the word is getting out. counterfeiters know that homeland security investigations is out looking for them. >> reporter: check this out. everything on this table, this is just a very small sample of all of stuff ice has seized over the last week here in new orleans. they've got a ravens jersey, new orleans saints hats. believe it or not, they even have got a counterfeit n.f.l. bikini. but it's not just counterfeit clothing we're talking about. they've also got counterfeit bling. this is a counterfeit
and colts, emotional. >> chris ten burset -- kristin burset has more. >> reporter: this meeting is different. colts head coach chuck pagano will see his old team and the man he replaced, offensive coordinator jim caldwell. >> it will be a lot of fun. you have two teams with great desire and chuck probably feels the same way over there. >> it was a bond created over the last few months that probably only me and him knew we had. that strong of a bond. for chuck to come back here, the game will fade one day, but that brohood, that manhood we created, will never day. >> reporter: pagano, caldwell, possibly ray lewis' last game as a raven. but they say those are distractions they need to leave bind. >> we can't lose sight of that. we have to leave the emotions out. >> reporter: in ohings mills with the raven, kristin burset. >>> earlier this week, the congress passed a dial on the fiscal cliff, but there's still some potential problems. we let you know what you need to do to avoid your own fiscal cliff. >>> here's the question of the morning. >> recent survey suggests the average woman burns 48,0
more than 200,000 front-line jobs to women. as kristin fisher tells us, the reaction to the shift in policy, it is hardly unanimous. >> i think it's a fair thing as we wanted equal rights. we're getting our equal rights. and i know that the woman could do the job. >> they are not as big as they saw some of the men. and also the idea of the assault on the woman that is degrading. >> i'm glad that the women are brave and they want to do it and that they can. they need to do things that will be more beneficial to them and their families. men should fight and they should protect and serve and do justice to our country. so i'm very disappointed about the decision. >> reporter: i spokwith those four civilians in the shadow of the vietnam women's memorial. back then the majority of women in the military were nurses, but not captain lori manning. she enlisted in 1969 and volunteered to go to vietnam. she was denied. >> for years there's been a low progression of what women have been allowed to do in the military. this is the last stop on the road. >> reporter: women have been serving in
: damn hippies. please welcome kristin stewart. (cheers and applause) how are you? place plaus nice to see you, thanks for coming on the show. >> this is cool. i can't believe i'm sitting here. >> stephen: it's real lucite, baby. let me ask you, so i would think the hardest thing to do in acting is dance, like just be uninhibitied. i don't think-- i can barely do it at parties when i'm hammered. >> you know, this is me most of the time. i'm definitely -- >> a wall flower. >> absolutely. >> stephen: so how do they-- what do they do to get you guys to be uninhibitied or to let loose? do they have to-- is that two hours into it, how do they do it? >> you're doing on the road, don't mess it up. >> did you feel that pressure. >> yeah, i think that was the main thing that sort of kick started everything for us, is we sort of felt like we would do anything for it yeah, i was pretty scared of that scene. because my mom-- homes are few and far between where i really get to exhibit, you know, like pure sort of wild nature, exuberance. >> stephen: and are you such a muse in the film that it is
lawyers featured activity begin, and kristin iverson. also in march the virginia festival of the book begins on wednesday the 20th through sunday, march 24th. this annual event features several authors including douglas brinkley, and congressman john lewis. please let us know about book fairs and festivals in your air and we will add them to our list. post on her wall at facebook.com/booktv or e-mail us at booktv@c-span.org. >> for the next three hours booktv brings your a few panels and other presentations from the 2013 key west literary seminar in florida. first we hear from paul hendrickson, author of hemingway's -- "hemingway's boat". >> good morning, good morning, thank you. i moved up my flight, then go to the airport after, literally right after i spend ten minutes here reading and i am going to read something quite short on the theory that less is more which i try to tell my writing students. speaking of them, one of the reasons, hurtling back to philadelphia, i have to hold office hours with the lovely the 0 ivy brats. i bet get home and sleep well all the we haven't slept wi
. thank you, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome aboard. kristin's total of close to $18,000 would be a lot higher if we hadn't had some killer final jeopardy!s last week. i hope this week turns out to be a little different for her and helengers, tim and scott. welcome aboard, gentlemen. good luck to all three of you. here comes the jeopardy! round. there's one daily double on the board in oner chalese categories. and finally, you're gonna love this one... [ laughter ] alex: kristin, start us. let's start with buddy, guy for $200. kristin. what is bro? bro is right. buddy, guy for $400. scott. what are bedfellows? yes. buddy, guy, $600.
. and if kristin keeps winning, she will be and thed in that tournament of champions. joan and james, welcome aboard. good luck. pick up your signaling devices, because you're going to work right now, in the first round of play, the jeopardy! round, and here are the categories. you have to name the n for us, of course. we have... and finally... you have to name the bird found within the text of our clue. kristin, start. let's begin with rewritten novel endings for $200, please. kristin. what is "moby-dick"? that's the novel. l endings for $400.
're going to have reports from andrea roane and kristin fisher coming up later this morning. but now we get more before sids's big game. >> reporter: it's the distinct of new orleans jazz, the trombone, the clarinet, and then the smiles. >> i was born and raised. i've been here 58 years. i would never go anywhere el. this is my home. >> reporter: the city is gearing up for two how long back-to-back events nicknamed super gras. first the super bowl this sunday. it is the tenth time new orleans has hosted but the first since katrina. >> i love the 49ers. i've been liking them -- [indiscernible] >> reporter: then just nine days later, mardy gra. the two events will bring in one million visitors, 100 million viewers worldwide and nearly $1 billion in revenue. >> what can you imagine that time period is going to be like? >> either a really good decision or a really bad one. you get to decide. >> this is a country on to itself. new orleans from uptown to st. bernard parish line, there's always something going on. >> reporter: even in a city used to throwing big parties, super gras may not be so e
connell. tomorrow he meets with the president at the white house. let's join kristin welker. kristin, looking forward to tomorrow's meeting with hamid karzai, what are the president and the white house hoping to get out of the afghan president? >> reporter: well, good afternoon, martin. i think, first of all, the issue that mike viqueira brought up is going to be a key topic here, which are troop levels. the white house earlier this week signaling that they would be open to withdrawing all residual troops after 2014 or even having a smaller troop presence there than initially thought. that will undoubtedly be a key topic of conversation between president obama and president karzai and they will really be meeting to assess the situation there, the training of afghan forces. of course, that is a big part of the drawdown process right now, so they will be talking about that, touching base on that issue, about you again those troop levels will likely be key. an important point, martin, i don't expect them to come out with a resolution. we don't expect to hear specific numbers at the end of tomorr
's a community college in texas. nbc's kristin welker joins us live from the white house. kristin, it is the first day of the president's new term and we've already got another campus shooting. what is the white house saying, and do you think that this will only add further motivation to the president and the administration's team in terms of pursuing anti-gun violence? >> reporter: well, each shooting seems to add motivation to their efforts to crack down on gun violence. i can tell you, martin, i just heard from one white house official who says the administration has been notified about the shooting. they are monitoring the situation quite closely, and they point out this is being handled by state and local officials, so they are in contact with those officials as they continue to monitor this developing situation. but as you point out, each of these shootings, each tragic and infuriating sort of underscores what president obama has called the need to act on this issue, and as i told you a little while ago, martin, we expect president obama, vice president biden to hit the road
with someone other than the first lady. let's get the latest from kristin welker who joins us this sunny afternoon -- sorry, snowy afternoon from the white house. kristin, i hope you're warm. a federal court in washington handed down a unanimous ruling today that invalidates the president's recess appointments to the nrlb. what was the basis for this ruling, and how is the white house going to appeal? >> reporter: good afternoon from a very snowy washington, d.c., martin. the basis for this ruling is essentially that the court is saying the senate was not in recess when this appointment was made. they are saying that, look, the senate was in a pro forma session, so not technically in recess. the obama administration is pushing back against that, and they are saying that they believe the senate was in recess. why? because they were in a pro forma session which essentially means that there weren't senators here, they weren't conducting official business, but they were gaveling into session every few days. this, of course, occurred during the holidays of 2012. so the obama administration to
for the president after a full day of inauguration festivities. >> cbs 5 reporter kristin ayers has highlights of the president's address and reaction from some bay area people who were in washington to witness it. >> reporter: they started gathering at dawn, streets outside washington's national mall filled with people huddled in the cold, the crowds growing as the morning wore on. >> i just keep looking back, and seeing people as far as i can see. it's kind of unbelievable. >> reporter: they came wanting to witness history. >> i love my president! i love barack obama. >> it's an opportunity to see history, to be part of it. to feel it, live it. experience it. >> reporter: cheryl wilson came with her girlfriends from oakland, they grew up living a darker side of history. >> i was in the south when we had to actually go in the back of the restaurant and wasn't able to sit at the counter. >> reporter: carol heys never imagined an african-american president sworn in or hear him speak of the ideals martin luther king espoused. >> a little girl born in poverty
on new year's day. the flames broke out this morning. that's where kristin fisher has the latest on the final investigation. >> reporter: what caused this fire? the answer may be found on what happened here for new year's eve. this church was full for their new year's eve service. then right at midnight the lights went out. >> the lights went out just at midnight. why, we don't know. >> reporter: then just seven hours later pastor robert got a call saying his church of 22 years was on fire. >> i couldn't believe it. it was unbelievable. >> reporter: it was a big two- alarm fire that took prince george's county firefighters 30 minutes to put out. no one was hurt, but their church charred. >> this is the bible. what's left of them. >> reporter: the silhouette of the cross has been burned into the brick wall. the cross itself now sits outside thanks to the firefighters who saved it. fire investigators and atf agents are now searching for the cause. was it electrical or something more sinister? >> any time you have any more than one point of origin, which they did locate two points o
on wall street. for more we go to nbc's kristin welker who is standing in the cold at the bhous. kristin, before we get to anything else, the president is supposed to be meeting with secretary clinton i believe right now. i guess they will be comparing republican battle scars. what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, good afternoon, martin. it is possible that they will talk a bit about some of the heated exchanges that occurred yesterday when secretary clinton testified before those two congressional committees. but, looking this is also a pretty reflective time in the administration as secretary clinton prepares to leave. earlier today she was talking about the fact that she along with a number of people she works with have become sentimental and emotional in recent days as she prepares to leave her post as secretary of state, and there's also been some reflection here at the white house. press secretary jay carney yesterday talked about the fact that she's going to be remembered likely as one of the best secretaries of state in u.s. history. so, of course, we never get a full read out
a week, kristin is a co-champion, and on yesterday's program, earned more money than in her previous three victories. scott is the other co-champion, and katie is the challenger. good luck to all of you. here we go into the jeopardy! round. and here are the categories for you. first off... followed by... and finally... alex: and, kristin, you start us off. let's begin with on the magazine's cover for $200. katie. what is people? that's the magazine.
up $3,400. but he's the returning champion. and he's accumulated a lot of money. so, kristin and brett, it's up to you to replace him as champion if you can. good luck to all three. here we go. jeopardy! round. and these categories -- "vet" in quotation marks -- we know what that means. and finally... alex: ashok, start us. u.s. place names, $200. kristin.
a tough final yesterday, but kristin knocked off a four-day champion to take the champion's lectern position. parker and natalie are the challengers, so goo to all three. here we go into the jeopardy! round. and today you have to deal with these categories... alex: kristin, start us. let's start with gee! it's geology for $200. parker. what is a plateau? you got it. i'll take the same category for $400.
most impressive in his three appearances. heather and kristin, you have your work cut out for you, but i'm sure you are up to the task. good luck to all three. here we go into the jeopardy! round. we will waste no time. we'll start revealing the categories right now. notice the "ll" in quotation marks. you know what that means, joshua, and you get to go first. alex, life's too short. let's start with dessert for $200, please. all righty. kristin. what are cookies? yes. the appropriate sport for $200.
tomorrow and the public festivities will take place on monday. and kristin aers is in washington, d.c. to cover the event for us. they began today with a national day of service. >> reporter: that's right ann. it's become a tradition with the obama administration. a day of giving back and for one san francisco woman, we spoke to who came all the way out here, this wasn't just a day for giving back. it was also one for giving thanks for an obama policy that she says saved her life. president obama rolled up his sleeves to help spruce up a washington, d.c. elementary school today. the president and first lady stained a bookshelf as part of the national day of service project. >> the very young people did some really good work and some of the older folks like me who it hurt getting our knees kind of bending down a little bit. we were able to manage also. >> reporter: vice president joe biden and his wife joined volunteers assembling care packages for soldiers. all told the white house says volunteers in all 50 states pitched in. ♪ ♪ at a volunte
's confirmation. for more on this now we're joined by nbc's kristin welker at the white house. how big a push does hagel get from chuck schumer's endorsement? earlier in the week there was some ambivalence from chuck schumer, wasn't there? >> reporter: absolutely. i think hagel get a big push. i think a lot of eyes were on chuck schumer to see what he decides. he met with hagel. the two sat down at the white house, had a long meeting, and chuck schumer came out of that meeting essentially saying he now supports hagel's nomination for secretary of defense. one of the key points he makes is that he feels as though hagel has shifted positions on some of these controversial issues and comments that he brought up in the past, on iran, on israel, and he specifically says that hagel now understands the fact that israel is in a more endangered spot than it was, essentially acknowledging the administration's position which is that iran has gotten closer to acquiring nuclear weapons, so hagel basically telling schumer he would support unilateral action on iran, would not take any option off the table as it
the latest from kristin welker at the white house. hey, kristin. >> hey, karen. >> there's been some serious stuff, this back and forth today between the white house and john boehner and harry reid and nancy pelosi. is there any response that you're getting from the white house to this latest, quote, unquote pru unquote, plan that the republicans have put forward? >> reporter: the white house is sort of echoing what you're hearing from majority leader reid which is they're encouraged by the fact that the republicans seem to be moving on this issue and willing to increase the debt ceiling. however, i think what is going to be a problem from the white house's perspective is that three months. i was speaking with a senior administration official a little earlier today and he sort of reiterated the fact that the president is opposed to this idea of increasing the debt ceiling in these small increments because it creates crises every couple of months. so that could be a potential problem moving forward, but what is significant i think in the eyes of the white house is house speaker john boehner h
're just going to listen to kristin welker now. kristin. >> martin, you see the president and first lady walking down the reviewing stand. sasha and malia behind them. let's see if we can get him to respond to a question. plaintiff president, how does it feel to be a two-term president? >> very honorable try. that was a magnificent attempt. >> thank you, martin. we try. you always -- you never know what you're going to get but they seem exuberant as they're waving to the crowds, excited about this moment. the first family will be watching the parade in the reviewing stand along with the vice president and his family as well as congressional leaders, supreme court justices, elementary school students, and also, martin, members of the tuskegee airmen. so it's going to be a very full reviewing stand, and a little bit of history for you. this tradition of the president reviewing the parade from the white house first started back in 1873 under president grant. so president obama today continuing a tradition that started a very, very long time ago, but certainly the first family cherishing rea
church comes to an end. >> reporter: i'm kristin fisher in adams morgan where the body of a man missing since new year's day was found in a ventilation shaft in between two of these row houses. i'll have the latest on the investigation coming up. ñ?? >>> the body of a maryland man who had been missing since new year's dahab found but in a pretty strange -- day has been found, but in a pretty strange place, in the ventilation shaft between two apartment buildings. >> kristin fisher is in adams morgan to try to retrace the final footsteps of michael poe. >> reporter: new year's eve 23- year-old michael poe was ringing in the new year with a big group of friends in adams morgan. he was last seen at the shenanigans irish pub on 8 tonight street. that was around 12:30 -- on 18th street. that was around 12:30. he was last heard from on his cell phone around 2:30. his family reported him missing the next day and police in the district and montgomery county started looking for him. his family went around adams morgan posting missing person flyers and it appears that one of those flyers got in
'm kristin fisher at montgomery county judicial center where six same sex couples were married today, the first day it's ever been allowed in maryland courthouses. i'll take you inside some of their ceremonies coming up. >> up next we're joined by the washington editor of barron's magazine to break down the winners and the losers of the fiscal cliff deal. we'll be back. ñ?? announcer: a wildfire... no! can come from anywhere, even the most unexpected places, but 9 out of 10 are caused by humans and can be prevented. protect our friends in the forest. [chirping] smokey bear: only you can prevent wildfires. announcer: learn more at smokeybear.com. >>> last night's plate vote in the house of representatives on the fiscal cliff deal contained some key issues and punting of others and the size of the budget we'll have to deal with down the road, but for now who are the winners and the losers? joining me is jim mctague, editor of the washington barron's magazine. >> breathe a sigh of relief because if we had gone over the cliff, everybody's taxes would have gone way up, back to where they
. saving more, starts now. just for u on the safeway app. the street? cbs reporter kristine la call, that surpr >>> so what would you do if you found an envelope of cash lying in the street? >> exactly what the person in this story did. the 911 call that surprised even the police. >> reporter: gerardo and his friends went out for pizza, and literally stumbled upon nearly $800. >> as he was exiting the passenger seat, the first step is where he landed right on the envelope. >> reporter: inside, a plain white envelope, just laying in the parking lot, with a stack of cash. >> our first thought was, let's take it. then we decided, wait, wait, no. >> reporter: the 18-year-old college student decided to call police and turn the money in. >> the cop was actually surprised. he said, we really don't get calls like this, especially teenagers, which is what i guess surprised them the most. >> reporter: while we were in the middle of reporting our story, a woman came out of this cell phone store and said she believed the money belonged to her manager. we called gerardo back and put the two of t
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